My work is essentially abstract in nature; however, an uncomplicated narrative can be discerned in certain pieces. Each print is created in direct relation to environs, with many default outcomes of my process-based practice. This practice is based on progression, repetition and a ‘definite’ use of materials as expressive in themselves. Echoing simple, single actions and marks, which expose the incongruities of my efforts, generating unexpected reservations and changes within my work. The outcomes rely on the organisation of surfaces as traces of effort, time and consideration, based on uniform structures that initiates a distant resolve.
Some prints that are available for sale. "Fallen" Leaf imprint onto wood as a mono print "Steinbuck" typical animal found in alps on the rocky cliffs. "Winter Flower" outline of what is left of a flower in the winter, when the flower drys and looses it life.